After the Pittsburgh Panthers went up 14-3 on two quick special teams touchdowns, the Utah Utes and Pitt began to trade 3-and-outs and punts. The punts continued into the second quarter until Utah began to move down the football field on the legs of running backs John White IV and Harvey Langi. Aided by a face mask penalty on the drive that pushed Utah into Michigan territory.
On the very next play, Pitt was flagged for a roughing the passer penalty, handing the Utes another 15 yards. Thanks to a free 30 yards of offense from Pitt penalties, the Utes were able to get in field goal range and knock out some of the Pitt lead, 14-6. Utah is still in the game, as Pitt's offense has been woefully ineffective outside of their scores on special teams. Pitt will get one more drive before the half.
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